Horomona Horo is a composer and practitioner of taonga pūoro, the traditional instruments of the Māori. He has worked with Richard Nunns, archivist, researcher, composer and performer of taonga pūoro, and both subjects feature in the new film from director Paul Wolffram.
Horo will attend the Tuesday 9 September screening of Voices of the Land: Ngā Reo o te Whenua at the Lido Cinema. There will be a question and answer session at the conclusion of the film.
Sunday 7 September 11.00 am, Lido Hamilton
Tuesday 9 September 2.15 pm, Lido Hamilton
Tickets are on sale directly from the Lido Hamilton.
About Voices of the Land
Paul Wolffram’s fascinating and eloquent doco about Māori instrumental traditions accompanies Richard Nunns and Horomona Horo as they perform in a series of remarkable South Island wilderness settings.
“It's a consistently impressive exercise in editing and sound design, using form to build our understanding of taongapūoro in new and enchanting ways.” — Adam Goodall, The Wireless